Eddie Freyer

Birmingham, Atlanta

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  1. The 4 Village Loop Road Run

    Birmingham

    Tour the villages of Mountain Brook and Homewood with either an 8.2 or 6-mile road run.

  2. Jemison Trail

    Birmingham

    The Jemison Trail makes for a relaxing, low traffic run through some of the most scenic neighborhoods in Alabama.

  3. Homewood Trak Shak Loop Road Run

    Birmingham

    Every Wednesday, the Trak Shak hosts a 5-mile social run through the residential Homewood neighborhood. Join about 40-50 other like-minded runners for this fun Hump Day celebration.

  4. Lakeshore Trail Road Run

    Birmingham

    The Lakeshore Trail is a paved pedestrian trail along a shaded creek that is great for getting in a nice 5-mile road run.

  5. Ross Bridge Road Run

    Birmingham

    Run through the trails and streets of this award winning Birmingham neighborhood.

  6. Moss Rock Preserve Bouldering

    Birmingham

    Moss Rock Preserve offers up about 40 incredible bouldering problems, and it's one of the most accessible climbing destinations you can find anywhere.

  7. Steele Climbing

    Birmingham

    The cliff line overlooking the small town of Steele, Alabama boasts roughly 100 quality routes on excellent sandstone rock.

  8. Sand Rock Climbing

    Birmingham

    Sand Rock has been a go-to climbing destination since 1972 due to its top quality routes and rock. You may encounter some rowdy locals partying, but if you can get past this, it's well worth the visit.

  9. Palisades Climbing

    Birmingham

    This beginner friendly crag, with its roughly 100 routes, is a great place to work on your leading skills or to introduce your friends to the sport.

  10. Sipsey Wilderness Backpacking and Hiking

    Birmingham

    If you love thick forests, river canyons, waterfalls, wild-flowing creeks and scenic overlook, the Sipsey Wilderness is definitely the best place to backpack and hike.

  11. Ruffner Mountain

    Birmingham

    The 12-miles of trails at Ruffner Mountain are simply perfect for trail runners and hikers. Exclusively designed for them (no mountain bikers or motorized vehicles) and offering great views of downtown Birmingham, this place is a must-visit for foot-travel enthusiasts.

  12. Moss Rock Hiking and Trail Running

    Birmingham

    With 350-acres of protected land and 8 miles of challenging trails, Moss Rock Preserve provides hikers and trail runners with a really wonderful experience.

  13. Oak Mountain Trail Running

    Birmingham

    Pelham, Alabama was named one of Runner's World Magazine's 25 Best Trail Runs in the U.S. and it's largely down to Oak Mountain State Park and its 51-miles of world-class single track.

  14. Oak Mountain State Park Backpacking

    Birmingham

    You might not expect to find backcountry campsites at a well known state park, but Oak Mountain offers 3 sites that are definitely worth checking out.

  15. Pinhoti Trail - Backpacking

    Birmingham

    The Pinhoti Trail is a 335-mile path that winds from Cheaha State Park through the beautiful Talladega National Forest and east into Georgia.

  16. Railroad Park Family Bike

    Birmingham

    This masterfully designed system of urban trails and pathways is a great location for the family to enjoy an afternoon on their bicycles.

  17. Chief Ladiga Bike Trail

    Birmingham

    The Chief Ladiga is a 33-mile rail trail that stretches from the Alabama-Georgia border to Weaver. It's extremely flat and friendly and makes for a great weekend ride either solo or with the family.

  18. Oak Mountain Family Bike

    Birmingham

    Whether biking on paved shoulders, bike lanes, or the 1-mile entry-level mountain biking trail, there's plenty to choose from for bicycle enthused families.

  19. Lakeshore Trail Family Bike

    Birmingham

    The Lakeshore Trail is an ideal place for a relaxing bike ride with the family, only minutes from downtown.

  20. Tannehill Mountain Biking

    Birmingham

    This 1500-acre park provides one of the most interesting mountain bike rides in the state: equal parts adrenaline and fascinating history.

  21. Oak Mountain State Park Mountain Biking

    Birmingham

    With its 29-miles of diverse trail, Oak Mountain State Park is the crown jewel of Alabama mountain biking. Even the pros rank it as a top destination.

  22. Crestwood Coffee Company

    Birmingham

    Crestwood Coffee Company is an off-the-beaten-path shop that serves much more than just coffee and the odd pastry or two; they are a full on bistro, featuring some of the most delicious meals in town and sporting beans exclusively from Red Bike Coffee Roasters.

  23. Church Street Coffee and Books

    Birmingham

    Church Street Coffee and Books offers much more than just delicious coffee. It has a cozy, comfy atmosphere where you can lounge for hours without feeling like you've overstayed your welcome, because the staff are so friendly and welcoming.

  24. O'Henrys Coffee

    Birmingham

    This family owned and operated coffee shop, with its five different locations, has been serving the community and sourcing the best beans in the world for more than 20 years. They even host a social Sunday morning run from their Highland Avenue location.

  25. Octane Coffee

    Atlanta

    The atmosphere at Octane Coffee is a little different from what you'll find at most coffee shops in the area, and it's definitely worth checking out; especially in the late afternoon for a beer or cocktail after the coffee crowd has left.